When I first poured my CP soap into its mold, I was disappointed that the color didn't seem to disperse. The soap actually stayed tan. After a day it had turned purple-ish in color, and continued to darken over time. Now (three weeks into curing time) I would say that the color is as pictured, a deep, soft, almost gray-ish blue. Don't lose hope, the color changes! :)
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Recreate the rippling, majestic sensation of the sea with this elegant dye inspired by the pleasing shades of ocean blue. Using a white melt and pour soap base, expect a shade closer to baby blue, or mix with a clear base to produce a deeper shade closer to azure. Your actual experience may vary depending on your use of the base and the dye’s saturation. We encourage you to experiment and find the best combination to fit your needs. Expect to use two to three drops to achieve the most typical color range. In the example images, we used two drops per pound of soap base.
- Usage: 2-3 drops/lb
- Shake well before use
- For melt & pour soap, lotions, and water-soluble bath products
- Not for lip products
Note: This product is not recommended for cold or hot process soap. Color morphing may occur.
INCI: Glycerin, FD&C Blue #1, FD&C Yellow #5, D&C Red #33
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